GNOME Roadmap Released

The GNOME Roadmap for 2.20 (and partially for 2.22 and future 2.x releases) is available at:

  http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap

The GNOME Roadmap is a big-picture view of functionality we expect GNOME to include in short-term and long-term future. The roadmap is based on feedback from current GNOME developers and other community members.

We hope this roadmap increases the awereness about the future steps of the project inside and outside the community and helps us to look forward and plan where we want to go.

For a quick overview of our roadmap process, please see:

  http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/Process

Let’s make GNOME rock even more!

Roadmap Process – Reminder for GNOME maintainers

Dear GNOME maintainers, the deadline to reply the roadmap information request for your modules is May 7. It’s very important to have your replies so that we can have a high quality roadmap for our next stable releases.

To know more about the Roadmap Process, go to:

  http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/Process

To keep track of all the gathered Roadmap information, go to:

  http://live.gnome.org/RoadMap/Modules

The Roadmap Process is going really well so far and I think we’ll be able to spot some really nice things about us as a community (I’ll blog about it later).

GNOME Roadmap – Information requests sent!

We’ve sent the roadmap information requests to all module maintainers.
If you are a maintainer/developer of a GNOME module and haven’t
received this message, feel free to just follow the instructions
described here (and let us know we missed you and/or your module).

As soon as we (The Roadmap Gang) have a first draft of the GNOME 2.20 roadmap, we’ll heat
up some discussions in desktop-devel-list about this and the future
stable releases of GNOME in order to get feeback about the roadmap,
discuss about potential cross-module plans, and so on.